Constructed ahead of Portugal hosting UEFA Euro 2004, the Estádio do Dragão is home to one of Portugal’s most successful club’s – FC Porto. The stadium went on to host 3 group matches, a Quarter-Final and the Semi-final which saw Greece reach the Final and ultimately win the 2004 UEFA European Championship.
The 50,084 capacity stadium has gone on to host several Portugal international’s and the 2019 UEFA Nations League Final. The stadium is also due to host the 2021 UEFA Champions League Final between Manchester City and Chelsea, after it was moved from the Atatürk Olympic Stadium due to travel restrictions for fan’s attending.
Tenants: FC Porto
Tickets at Estádio do Dragão
FC Porto Tickets
Tickets for FC Porto matches are available through the official website here.
Location & Travel to Estádio do Dragão
The Estádio do Dragão is located approximately 4km to the north of central Porto.
Airport – Porto Airport is the second busiest airport in Portugal and serves destinations mainly across Europe. Located approximately 11km north of Porto, Metro line E runs from the airport to the city, with the last stop on the line being Estádio do Dragão.
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Bus – Bus lines 401 and 806 both run from central Porto and stop at the Estádio do Dragão.
Metro – The metro is the most convenient method of public transportation to get to the stadium. Lines A, B, E and F all run directly to the stadium’s underground metro station, Estádio do Dragão – the journey will take approximately 15-20 minutes.